Tag: Thanksgiving

Musings: FALLing into Gratitude

Fall brings one of my favorite holidays. Door Mat // Hobby LobbyShoes & Dress // Old Navy Thanksgiving, of course.  But more than taking in all the beautiful fall colors lining the streets of Sacramento, are the small acts of generosity that recently reminded me to be grateful and thankful.

THANKSgiving 2016

Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it. – William Arthur Ward It’s pretty hard not to be reminded of the essence of tomorrow, Thanksgiving! More than anything lately, remembering to be grateful and thankful for every single thing has help me stay

Race Recap: Run to Feed the Hungry 2015

Every year brings something different. This year was a whole new story. It was the same fun-run Sacramento has every year, but I just did it a little different this year. If you’ve read the past few posts (here & here), then you know I never start at the start

Race Recap: Run to Feed the Hungry 2014

I’m a Race Rebel! Only when it comes to this race. If you’re a new-ish reader, you can read last year’s recap here, I don’t want to bore everyone with redundancy! Let’s just say, with 27,000 runner’s each year, I deem it acceptable to hop in about a quarter of

Rose & Thorn [27]

Adios November… Rose: Giving thanks, family, and friends… Thorn: Damn head cold…part deux! So, since I generally start my weekend when I get out of work, this post should start from Wednesday at noon until yesterday evening. Buuuut, this would be the longest blog post ever to be written so

Gobble, Gobble.

I guess I can’t blog when there is a holiday! I left my small, minuscule area of the blog world to fully invest myself in the Thanksgiving holiday. Basically once I clocked out for work on Wednesday (at 2PM, yay), I was on vacation…from EVERYTHING! Bad blogger….I know, I know…

Race Recap: Run to Feed the Hungry 2013

Why does everyone else in America call it the Turkey Trot?!? Sounds ridiculous to me, but maybe that’s because I’ve been conditioned to calling our traditional Thanksgiving Day run “Run to Feed the Hungry”. Happy 20th Anniversary #RTFTH! I wish I knew how many exact races I’ve participated in, I